Godwin's talk in June and July of 1992 at the Buddha Dhamma Mandala Society in Singapore. He was giving talks twice a week on a Thursday and a Friday normally. Topics: Meditation, Mindfulness, Dhamma, Dharma, Awareness
Godwin's talks given at a retreat in the Netherlands in 1998. Made available by Peter van Leeuwen. Uploaded by Anandajoti Bhikkhu. For an edited transcript of these and other talks given in the Netherlands in 1996, see here . Topics: Meditation, Mindfulness, Dhamma, Dharma, Awareness, Relationships
Meaningful Life, Meaningful Death Venerable Connie Miller leads an exploration and discussion of how an awareness and understanding of death from the Tibetan Buddhist perspective can deepen our insight into the value of leading a conscious and virtuous life and how that can help us at the time of death. Topics: Thubten Norbu Ling, Buddhism, Santa Fe, Mahayana, Death Awareness
Two talks on Loving-Kindness and a guided meditation on the subject from one og Sri Lanka's leading meditation teachers, Godwin Samararatne. They were recorded some time in 1992 during Godwin's annual visit to Singapore. Topics: Meditation, Mindfulness, Dhamma, Dharma, Awareness, Metta, Loving-Kindness
Trinity Lutheran Church held its first Worship in Pink on 10/12/14 - The message was provided by two members of our congregation; Erin Lambley, who is on the board for Pink Lemonade and Tammy Eshom, a breast cancer survivor. Topic: Lutheran, Christianity, Trinity Lutheran Church, Worship in Pink, Breast Cancer Awareness Source: http://trinityvancouver.org
Geshe Thubten Sherab will lead a retreat in mid-October. He will give advice on this timely and sensitive topic and will describe practices on how to engage in dying peacefully so that we can have a higher and better transition and rebirth. Geshela will also explain how we can help others die peacefully. We cannot hope to die peacefully if our lives have been full of violence, or if our minds have mostly been agitated by emotions like anger, attachment, or fear. So if we wish to die... Topics: Buddhism, Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Mahayana, FPMT, Geshe Thubten Sherab, Karma,...
Although death is inevitable, we usually avoid thinking about it and often lead our lives as though it will never happen. The Tibetan Buddhist tradition is rich in teachings on the subject of death that provide a unique perspective on the importance of accepting death as a part of life. In this course, Geshe Thubten Sherab will share his heart advice on how to properly prepare for your own death – as well as assist others in our lives upon their death – so that whenever it does arrive,... Topics: Buddhism, Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Mahayana, FPMT, Karma, Dying, Death, Rebirth,...